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Men often consider themselves better drivers. Women sometimes agree. At the same time, men's driving behavior is more deadly than women's. So is there an answer to the eternal question: who are better drivers - men or women?[Read more...]
You are likely to see at least one of two types of questions about car accidents on your DMV test. One deals with what you can do to prevent accidents, the other what you should do after an accident. Both are equally important for your written knowledge test. Knowing the answers is also important for staying safe on the road.[Read more...]
Preliminary statistics show that traffic deaths increased in 2015. After several years of dropping numbers (2012 being an exception), fatalities surged in 2015.
We are likely to see even more campaigns to change human behaviors in areas as drunk driving, distracted driving, drowsy driving, speeding, and failure to use safety belts.
It may also affect contents of Driver Handbooks and DMV tests. We should, perhaps, expect tougher tests in the future.[Read more...]
What does the term "negligent driving points" mean? What are "negligent driving points"? Read our explanation.[Read more...]
Shouldn't all passengers in a car wear a safety belt? The answer is, of course: Yes, they should! But it is not always required by state law. Know the law in your state.[Read more...]